sarah dudgeon...lovely wax resist
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Sarah Dudgeon - ceramics
Ceramic plate birds
Original botanical art monoprint artist book keepsake. Wedding favor. Floral…
Good raku idea
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What a neat print process - maybe not "weird" per se, more along the lines of very different. "Original botanical art monoprint artist book by fieldandhedgerow"
Original botanical art monoprint artist book by fieldandhedgerow; fun to do with a loved one to remember memories in nature using actual botanicals.
Original botanical art monoprint artist book by fieldandhedgerow Run brayer over or spray paint
Art journal inspiration: Original botanical art monoprint artist book by fieldandhedgerow
Original botanical art monoprint artist book by fieldandhedgerow
Original botanical monoprint artist book by Stef Mitchell
Botanical artist book, monoprint by fieldandhedgerow
Original botanical art monoprint artist book
Monoprint Artist Book - fieldandhedgerow
black and white
Pattern, Scalloped Edge
Great casserole dish, to lovely to cover with food! #LGLimitlessDesign #Contest
like the shape, handles and simplicity of design on this casserole dish.
A shape to try! I also like the pattern with the glaze.
Miry Clay stoneware pottery tray
scalloped edges, handles
The stark contrast makes a bolder statement, creates more depth and mystique, and highlights the patterns and designs. Black and white always produces textures that appear to have more depth and crisper lines by virtue of the wider dynamic range.
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Sarah Dudgeon #ceramics #pottery love the glazing of this pot
Sarah Dudgeon #ceramics #pottery Raku design inspiration
Sarah Dudgeon #ceramics #pottery love the design
Sarah Dudgeon #ceramics #pottery | best stuff
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Handbuilding at Fatcat Pottery Studio...Wilmington NC ~~~Susie This one would make a nice magazine holder
I really like the handle. Handbuilding at Fatcat Pottery Studio...Wilmington NC ~~~Susie.
Handbuilding at Fatcat Pottery Studio...Wilmington NC ~~~Susie - feet!
Handbuilding at Fatcat Pottery Studio.. I love the feet!
Fatcat Pottery Studio...Wilmington NC
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All sizes | Scultura in ceramica di Carlo Zauli - Ceramic sculpture of Carlo Zauli | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Carlo Zauli Mogelijk stof /lint in cement dopen? Daarna afsmeren om gelijk te maken.
Ceramic sculpture of Carlo Zauli |
Carlo Zauli - Ceramic sculpture.
by Carlo Zauli (Ceramic??)
Carlo Zauli waterfall?
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Carlo Zauli,(1926 – 2002) ceramista di fama internazionale e grande interprete della scultura moderna ( sue opere nella reggia di Bagdad e nel Poligrafico di Stato di Kuwait City) interpretò la ceramica come sostanza liberamente plasmabile. Il suo nome resta legato a numerose mostre internazionali, dalla Triennale di Milano a Tokyo e altre città in Giappone. Fu egli stesso ad affermare: “… come Luca della Robbia la preferì ad altri materiali, io mi esprimo con la ceramica in quanto la ritengo la materia più adatta al mio lavoro. Non è comunque mai la materia che fa l’arte” Questa scultura era esposta in una delle vie del centro di Torino. Ceramic sculpture of Carlo Zauli Carlo Zauli, (1926 - 2002) international renown ceramist and a great interpreter of modern sculpture (his work in the palace in Baghdad and Poligrafic State of Kuwait City),ceramics interpreted as freely mouldable substance. His name is linked to numerous international exhibitions, Triennale di Milano, Tokyo and other cities in Japan. It was he himself who once said: "... As Luca della Robbia the preferred to other materials, I express with ceramics because I think the material best suited to my work. It is not never matter that makes the art " This sculpture was exhibited in the city center of Turin on the occasion of the exhibition of his works.
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Handmade Pottery Casserole Green Slip-trailed 2-Quart Casserole. John Bauman
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Tanya Brett, London
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☥ Figurative Ceramic Sculpture ☥ Tanya Brett, London, gewoon mooi
beautiful sculpture... Tanya Brett, London
March hare ~ May hare ~ beautiful sculpture!
Tanya Brett, London...beautiful sculpture
Rabbit clay sculpture. Tanya Brett
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Beautiful Hare sculpture
Clay rabbit sculpture
.the white rabbit
Ilona, Raku, on her Flickr page "If you want to see in real life, they are all (and others too) in ArtisFactum gallery in Bordeaux"
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Love the white crackle glaze & faces
crackle glazed pots
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Sarah Dudgeon mug http://www.dudgeonpottery.com/images/Pottery/mugs-stacking.jpg
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Lovely little Sarah Dudgeon stacking teacups http://www.dudgeonpottery.com/images/Pottery/mugs-stacking.jpg
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Sarah Dudgeon's favorite mug - (I have one too, only in a little darker teal & love it!)
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Sarah Dunstan vessel
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Casserole dish (Two Quart) in turquoise glaze, Great wedding gift , wheel thrown…
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ceramiclay: Ken Shomura - inspiration for my plaster/mold making class.
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Glaze pattern using wax resist
ceramiclay: “ Ken Shomura ”
Ken Shomura blue tumbler
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Shōmura Ken (born 1949, Japan), Vase, c. 2001. Porcelain with blue underglaze, height: 14 1/2” (36.8 cm). Philadelphia Museum of Art. (PMA-5168) Stop me if you’ve heard this before, but I’m absolutely bonkers about ceramic art, and particularly Japanese and Chinese. This piece especially garnered my attention because it combines respect for traditional methods of decoration with a modernist form. AND, I love the deep cobalt blue underglaze in between each seeming separate lozenge shape. This vase represents the traditional idea of the aizome type of porcelain glaze (derived from the idea of indigo blue dyeing of fabrics). In the past, it was one of the two main types of porcelain gazing along with benizome (red dyeing), which characterized Arita ware in Japan. Ken is from the fifth generation working at the Banko kiln in Arita. Early Arita ware was dominated by the underglaze blue on white ground, which is the best known Chinese / Japanese color scheme in porcelain. The blue and white format came to popularity during the Ming Dynasty in China (1368–1644). Porcelain developed to fruition during the Yuan dynasty (1280–1368), during which Ching’pai milky white porcelain of the late Song period was modified with cobalt blue underglaze called Shu Fu ware, which became the blue-and-white imperial ware of the Ming dynasty. Ceramic artists who migrated to Japan in the early 1600s transmitted this Chinese style to Japan. It was during this century that the Japanese developed their own porcelain. For the first half of the 1600s, Arita’s kilns (founded in 1616) produced predominantly the blue and white wares. Ken first worked with white and blue wares. He soon developed techniques in the aizome and benizome. He attributes this to his work with stoneware and the exploration of its glazes, which was a brief period in his career. This vase is a masterful contemporary interpretation of the indigo blue underglaze of centuries old porcelains from both China and Japan. Sometimes visible in early blue and white wares is a running and thinning of the blue underglaze. Ken has exploited this aspect in his use of various values of the underglaze indigo blue. The darkest value of indigo blue is seen between each of the leaf-like shapes. Each section of glaze is overlapped like scales or roof shingles. Studio activity: Design a ceramic vessel with blue on white decoration. Using warm grey numbers 1 to 4 color pencils, design a ceramic vase or other type of vessel. Make the shape bold, indicating either texture or bold geometric shapes. Use the varying degrees of warm grey pencils to indicate shading of the texture or forms. Use indigo, cobalt, or dark blue color pencils to create the design. Correlation to Davis programs: Explorations in Art Grace 2: Studio Exploration 17–18; Explorations in Art Grade 3: 6.35; A Community Connection: 2.6, 5.2; A Personal Journey 3.5; Experience Clay: Chapter 4; The Visual Experience 10.6
.bird totem- so cute